It was Plato who said something like: The unexamined life is not worth living. A 20th century Beatnik riposted with: The unlived life is not worth examining. In either case, the reader becomes part of this book, with his own story to tell and rethink. I have a weird sense of humor, so every five pages or so I encounter a LOL, boffo-belly-grabber reflection of myself. This book is another in the long series of Southern literature from Joel Chandler Harris through William Faulkner through Walker Percy. As a result, I have also purchased "You and Me".
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